A bride and groom ended their dream wedding in style at a Glasgow McDonald's.

Emma and Callum Creechan were dressed to impress when they ordered 20 chicken nuggets and halloumi fries at the Argyle Street branch on Sunday.

The newlyweds, both 27-years-old from Hamilton, had just tied the knot at Citation on July 31 after being together for nine years.

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Bride and groom celebrate wedding with 20 chicken nuggets at Glasgow McDonald'sThe pair stumbled to McDonald's in their full wedding outfits

The pair stumbled to McDonald's in their full wedding outfits

After a magical day the pair decided they didn’t want it to end just yet and went to the casino with pals before calling it a night at around 2.30am.

It was then they stumbled along to the fast food giant on the way back to their hotel, and even bumped into their bridesmaids when they arrived.

Emma posed for pictures in her stunning floor length wedding gown while Callum held up the iconic brown bag with their order outside the venue.

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Bride and groom celebrate wedding with 20 chicken nuggets at Glasgow McDonald'sThe bridal party were McLovin it

The bridal party were McLovin it

 

Bride and groom celebrate wedding with 20 chicken nuggets at Glasgow McDonald'sCallum and Emma posed outside their wedding venue

Callum and Emma posed outside their wedding venue

Emma told the Glasgow Times: “We had the most amazing day and I literally never wanted it to end.

“We went to the casino with the wedding party and pals, but we were both knackered and starving.

“We left on our own to go back to the hotel but saw McDonald’s on route so thought let’s go.

“Our best man had left behind us but we didn’t know so he took the pictures of us with the McDonald's and walking towards it.

“It was hilarious because when we got into McDonald's, two of my bridesmaids were already there.”

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